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On Friday 23rd of March our Junior School students were encouraged to participate in Ride2School Day, a nationwide program enabling students to get physically active on their way to school. A total of 34 students walked to school and 15 rode their bike or scooter. 
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Gerry is one of our very talented Year 6 students who was lucky enough to be chosen to attend a soccer clinic in Madrid. He is very studious, and has a clear passion and drive to succeed in his sport.   What is your passion? 
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Our Year 2 classes are currently studying the enquiry topic of “Past and Present”. They’ve been exploring what the “olden days” might have been like, and this week they’ve experimented with how kids their age might have packaged their lunch for school. Unfortunately for those 
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This week our Year 2 students were taken on an excursion to Yarrabee Yesterdays World in Greenvale. The students were able to explore the turn of the century school and home run, experiencing what life would have been like for country children in the olden 
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On the 16th of March, we are celebrating National Day Against Bullying and Violence. We are taking a stance and saying, “Bulling, NO WAY!” Every class in the Junior School will be participating in activities to promote this wonderful day. They will also have a 
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Oakleigh Grammar have been successful in obtaining a Sustainable Schools Project grant from the Federal Government. The Government were offering 37 Primary Schools in the Higgins electorate grants, to plant Indigenous vegetation, lucky us! This is a detailed process, and involves Year 4 students working 
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On Monday 5th March, Father George visited the Early Learning Centre to bless the children and the staff during their Orthodox Studies lesson. Together the children and Father George practised making the sign of the cross. He sprinkled Holy water on the children and blessed 
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Last week our Year 1 classes took an excursion to Como House and Garden in South Yarra, to learn more about how families lived in the olden days. The Year 1’s are studying Family: Then and Now as part of their inquiry topic, and took 
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This morning Year 5 students were welcomed into the Arrowsmith Centre by representatives from Values for Life, an organisation specialising in engaging and empowering young minds. Students took part in the Lead the Way Program, where they were prompted to think and act like leaders 
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This week our Year 4 class was lucky enough to receive a visit from a lawyer! Didi’s Mum, Mary Ballies came in to talk to the students about how laws are made, and how the justice system works as part of our Civics and Citizenship 
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